Jesper Aagaard
Jesper Aagaard
Associate professor, Psychology, Aarhus University
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Drawn to distraction: A qualitative study of off-task use of educational technology
J Aagaard
Computers & Education 87, 90-97, 2015
1642015
Introducing postphenomenological research: A brief and selective sketch of phenomenological research methods
J Aagaard
International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 30 (6), 519-533, 2017
682017
Media multitasking, attention, and distraction: a critical discussion
J Aagaard
Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 14 (4), 885-896, 2015
652015
Methods of materiality: Participant observation and qualitative research in psychology
J Aagaard, N Matthiesen
Qualitative Research in Psychology 13 (1), 33-46, 2016
502016
Digital akrasia: a qualitative study of phubbing
J Aagaard
AI & SOCIETY 35 (1), 237-244, 2020
372020
Mobile devices, interaction, and distraction: a qualitative exploration of absent presence
J Aagaard
AI & society 31 (2), 223-231, 2016
302016
Breaking down barriers: The ambivalent nature of technologies in the classroom
J Aagaard
New Media & Society 19 (7), 1127-1143, 2017
282017
Multitasking as distraction: A conceptual analysis of media multitasking research
J Aagaard
Theory & Psychology 29 (1), 87-99, 2019
242019
Magnetic and multistable: Reinterpreting the affordances of educational technology
J Aagaard
International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 15 (1), 1-10, 2018
242018
Postphenomenological methodologies: New ways in mediating techno-human relationships
C Adams, C Aydin, L Blond, M Funk, D Ihde, M Petersén, M Puech, T Röhl, ...
Rowman & Littlefield, 2018
112018
Sex, Violence and Learning: Doing effect assessment for games
A Lieberoth, KB Wellnitz, J Aagaard
Game research methods: An overview, 175-192, 2015
52015
Entering the portal: Media technologies and experiential transportation
J Aagaard
Postphenomenological Methodologies-New. New York, NY: Lexington Books, 2017
42017
Banning mobile phones from classrooms—An opportunity to advance understandings of technology addiction, distraction and cyberbullying
N Selwyn, J Aagaard
British Journal of Educational Technology 52 (1), 8-19, 2021
32021
An introduction to postphenomenological methodologies
J Aagaard, JKB Friis, J Sorenson, OA Tafdrup, C Hasse
Postphenomenological Methodologies, xi-xxx, 2018
32018
Striving for experiential resonance: Critique, postcritique and phenomenology
J Aagaard
Qualitative Studies 5 (1), 37-37, 2018
32018
Digital Distraction: A Qualitative Exploration of Media Multitasking
J Aagaard
PhD Dissertation. Aarhus: Aarhus University, 2017
32017
Curating the use of digital media in higher education: a case study
KJ Herrmann, K Lindvig, J Aagaard
Journal of Further and Higher Education, 1-12, 2020
22020
Beyond the rhetoric of tech addiction: why we should be discussing tech habits instead (and how)
J Aagaard
Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 1-14, 2020
22020
A postphenomenological method for HCI research
MM Jensen, J Aagaard
Proceedings of the 30th Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction …, 2018
22018
‘From a small click to an entire action’: exploring students’ anti-distraction strategies
J Aagaard
Learning, Media and Technology, 1-11, 2021
2021
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